Shared Server or dedicated? This is the dilemma faced by many website owners when choosing their chosen server and/or looking for hosting advantages that overcome many of the constraints of ordinary hosting services.
Admittedly, for websites with low traffic levels, shared web hosting is an economical entry point, but as the business expands and traffic records increase, the need for more dedicated servers emerges. Sharing server space with many other websites seems to no longer seal the agreement.
Yes, dedicated servers are more expensive than their peers and may require high-level technical skills too, but if your business makes good profits every day and continues to grow, investing a little more in special web hosting is not something you should avoid.
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The advantages are more and there are many limitations that are typical for shared servers that are immediately transcended.
Benefits of a dedicated server
Faster Server Response Time
With a dedicated server, you do not share system resources offered to you, for the use of other websites on the same server.
Things like processor power, disk space, and memory are yours now. Server response time is faster here because it is not interrupted, in any way, by interference or interference that occurs on other sites.
Shared web hosting will never be 100% reliable, regardless of how well it is managed. Special servers, on the other hand, are very stable and reliable, with almost no risk of servers being flooded or falling due to increased traffic on other sites that share space on the same server.